ABOUT THE CENTER

  • CENTER FOR PSYCHOTHERAPY

 MONTHLY TIDBIT: APRIL, 2015

GIFTS TO GIVE YOURSELF:

GIFTS

From the Desk OF:

Beth Kincaid, MEd, LPC, NCC (Office Manager/Psychotherapist):

  • Blow up a balloon and tum it loose              
  • Walk instead of ride
  • Shut your eyes and really listen
  • Give yourself a compliment
  • Search out a long-lost friend
  • Look at the stars
  • Read a Poem aloud
  • Visit someone
  • Use a new word
  • Open up to the person closest to you
  • Frame a Picture
  • Forgive a grudge
  • Take yourself to lunch
  • Go to the library
  • Try a new food
  • Sit on the floor and read the paper
  • Take a risk
  • Listen to the rain on the roof
  • Feed the ducks
  • Jump in a puddle
  • Look up at a treetop
  • Tell someone you love him/her
  • Hold a hand
  • Watch the clouds
  • Take a nap
  • Sign up for a class
  • Study a spider web
  • Do something that you have always wanted to do
  • Call someone that you’ve been thinking about
  • Say YES
  • Play
  • Meditate
  • Learn something new
  • Surprise a child
  • Forgive yourself
  • Surprise an adult
  • Hug someone
  • Hug a pet
  • Sing in the shower
  • Play with a dog or a cat
  • Walk in the rain
  • List ten things that you do well
  • Pay a compliment to someone
  • Throw away something that you don’t like
  • Waste a little time
  • Color/Draw
  • Curl up with some cocoa
  • Buy a ticket to a special event
  • Organize some small comer of your life
  • Try to feel another person’s joy
  • Pop popcorn
  • Turn off the TV and talk
  • Keep a secret
  • Practice courage in one small way
  • Warm a heart
  • Laugh at yourself
  • Enjoy silence
  • Walk to the nearest park
  • Break a bad habit just for today
  • Get to know the neighbor’s dog or cat
  • Bake bread
  • Go wading
  • Pick up a travel brochure and dream
  • Smell a flower
  • Send a card to someone for no reason
  • Kiss someone
  • Clean out your purse or wallet
  • Take an early morning walk
  • Tell someone how much you appreciate him/her
  • Encourage a young person
  • Talk to a pet
  • Tell a joke
  • Run/roll down a hill
  • Start a new project
  • Take a different road home
  • Acknowledge when you are wrong
  • Volunteer some time to a good cause
  • Give yourself a present
  • Let someone do you a favor
  • Reread a favorite book
  • Listen to the dawn
  • Allow yourself to make a mistake
  • Watch the sunset/sunrise
  • Make a surprise gift
  • Lie on the grass
  • Take time to talk to a child
  • Put on your favorite song and sing along
  • Go for a swim
  • Do something hard to do
  • Don’t do anything
  • Just sit there
  • Rearrange a room
  • Let someone love you
  • Drop a quarter where someone will find it
  • Hum
  • Think up other presents to give yourself’
  • Enjoy whatever you find yourself doing
  • Make your own list of gifts you would like to give yourself

Latest News:  We are pleased to congratulate the original founders of The Center For Psychotherapy:  Barbara Metz, PhD and Peter Wohlwend, M.Div.,  on their recent and well-deserved retirement July 1, 2014!    Location:  We are located in a historic home at 912 North Elm Street in the Fisher Park section of Greensboro, North Carolina. (Near the intersection of N. Elm and Bessemer Ave.)  The Center has a relaxed and inviting atmosphere designed to make our clients feel safe and at ease. We have ample parking and are on the Greensboro City bus line. Contact information: Mailing address:  912 North Elm Street, Greensboro, NC 27401 Phone:  (336) 274-4669 Fax:  (336)- 274-4749 Email:  thecenter5@mindspring.com